Bertha-> Minglewood Blues-> Candyman, Little Red Rooster, Bird Song, El Paso, Tennessee Jed, It's All Over Now, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication-> Might As Well
Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Lost Sailor-> Saint Of Circumstance-> Drums-> Truckin'-> Wharf Rat-> Around & Around-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Johnny B. Goode, E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue
August 31, 2016 Subject:
Great Show Great Time
I went on that entire summer tour. It was the one tour I saw every show.
We had a lllllllooooonnnnngggg night driving from Madison. Didn't get in till the sun was up. Tried to crash in the hotel for a while but it was useless. Partied pretty hard all day. About 5:00 - 5:30 my friend and I noticed that the service door was open and the Pepsi/Beer trucks were making their deliveries. So, we walked in the service entrance. Nobody said a word to us so we walked around for a while. We made ourselves comfortable in like the 10th row. We saw the sound check (Cant Remember) and then sat and waited to get kicked out. It never happened. We sat in those seat all night. Nobody said boo. Great Show Great Time. Sure miss being 20. Take care everybody.
July 26, 2015 Subject:
When i hear your velvet thunder
Nice matrix..I love how you can hear and feel the audience react to the band~! One of my favorite El Paso's and The Tennessee Jed is off da hook..Also more fucking cowbells for smoking Lazy Lightning>Supplication combo's~!!!! As mentioned a very nice Scarlet>Fire~~Tight from start to finish~~Wrap your head around this one>Forever Grateful>Forever Dead~!!!!!!!
August 28, 2014 Subject:
Good 2nd set.
April 24, 2013 Subject:
My first show
This is the one that started it all for me. 75 shows later, this is still my favorite. There is a moment during Fire on the Mountain where Jerry just totally nails it and the crowd has a mutual musical orgasm...listen for it during the second jam, the crowd just totally peaks together, not really a cheer so much as a audible thrill!
June 23, 2012 Subject:
agreement with gull king.
this supplication is pretty furious. i personally like how they dipped that track in reverb. in the industry, its called "star maker"...ha! all of hunter seamon's matrices are killer. like the title says, i gotta go with the gull king! plus think about this: this show is in minnesota in 1982. this is they best thing that ever happened to the twin cities other than the movie fargo. one last point: jerry is on fire here. just go with it, its the grateful dead.
June 23, 2012 Subject:
I think the guy below me is way off about the LL>Supplication. To me it's some of the most interesting music they've ever done, and this Supplication is really great. Other than that, I agree with it all. Would have never found the show if I didn't log on the same day he reviewed it, so cheers! Jerry is really into it tonight! I give 5 because I'd personally be having the time of my life at a gig like this. A standout for the year. 5 for Hunter Seamons as usual, too!
Both sets are wonderful, especially Bird Song and Scarlet/Fire. Really, with the exception of Lazy Lightning, set one couldn't get any better. LL is probably a good one for those who like that song, but there's a ton of echo that drowns it. And set II rips, all of it. Again, Scarlet/Fire is exceptional!
Source: Partial 3 song Matrix by Hunter Seamons; Soundboard recording by Betty Cantor-Jackson; Audience recording transferred by Dale Shepherd; note: The seeder's comments indicate that this is a different transfer than his previous matrix source
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